' [Birth Mother] First Mother Forum: Further Data on How to Steal a Baby from overseas

Tuesday, March 10, 2009

Further Data on How to Steal a Baby from overseas

If anybody feels like disrupting their happy little cocoon with information about stolen babies, please do so. This came yesterday through the Adoption News Service, but apparently enough of us complained that these noxious meetings will no longer be publicized through ANS.
Thank the lord, and thank everyone who complained!


Reminder from: Adoption-News-Service Yahoo! Group

Title: FREE INTERNATIONAL ADOPTION MEETING - OPEN PROGRAMS

Date: Thursday March 12, 2009
Time: 6:00 pm - 9:00 pm
Next reminder: The next reminder for this event will be sent in 4 days, 3 minutes. (FMF: I love that they warn you when you will get the next email.)

Location: New York City
Phone: 212-558-9949 ]

Notes: YES, YOU CAN STILL ADOPT: INTERNATIONAL ADOPTION OPTIONS MEETING
Date: Thursday, March 12, 2009
Time: 6-9 PM
Location: JCCA's main office 120 Wall Street in Manhattan. (Easy access via #2,3,4 and 5 train lines)

Join JCCA's Ametz Adoption Program staff and the Children's Home Society and Family Services, Adoption Hope International and Homeland Adoption Services as we explore many OPEN INTERNATIONAL PROGRAMS, including Russia, China, Ethiopia, Estonia, Ukraine, India, Colombia, Uzbekistan, Thailand, Ecuador and also newly-opened adoption programs in Nicaragua and Madagascar. (FMF: Ah...does anybody think these are poor countries which are exporting babies as a cash crop?

Representatives will be on hand to present their country programs, answer questions on the process, time frames, costs, ages, and backgrounds of children, and how to begin the process.

While this is a FREE meeting OPEN TO THE PUBLIC, we ask that you register www.jccany.org/ametz_internationalmeeting If you have any questions, call us at 212-558-9949. (FMF:If you feel like giving them a piece of your mind, please do so!)

JCCA’s Ametz Adoption Program assists singles and couples through the adoption process by providing homestudies, post-adoption supervision, education, and support services. Ametz also provides professional training. Ametz is Hague accredited through 2013.

Kathy Brodsky, LCSW
Director, Ametz Adoption Program/JCCA
120 Wall Street, NYC, NY 10005
212-558-9949 www.jccany.org
Agency licensed in NY and NJ
Hague Accreditation received through 2013

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